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Fernandina's Flicker (Colaptes fernandinae), a woodpecker found only in Cuba.
Pete Oxford/Minden Pictures/Corbis
February 27, 2015 Birders especially know that Cuba harbors hundreds of rarely seen, little-studied species. As the island nation opens to more U.S. visitors, scientists hope "green Cuba" can survive increased tourism.
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You can eat the eggs, or call a wildlife rescue team to incubate them properly
T. Susan Chang
May 25, 2012 Snapping turtles look to suburban New England gardens to lay eggs as their habitats are increasingly threatened. So the next time you're checking the progress of the peas and lettuce this spring, beware.
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